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SAN FRANCISCO – A recent study has found that testing non-small cell lung cancer patients with multi-gene next-generation sequencing panels is moderately cost effective compared to testing for single markers.

However, only a small percentage of patients where multi-gene testing uncovered an actionable mutation were able to receive targeted treatment.

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